This culturally competent curriculum equips participants with strategies, tools, and practices to build spaces of diversity, inclusivity, and equity. 

Download the LREDI Impact Report!


“The curriculum that Aisha Adams has thoughtfully constructed is outstanding and creative, and the community leaders and professors that teach these classes are knowledgeable, dynamic and inspiring.”

- Elizabeth Huddleston,

Clinical Psychologist


Lenoir-Rhyne Equity & Diversity Impact Report

Lenoir-Rhyne Equity & Diversity Impact Report

We're super excited to share the impact of the Lenoir-Rhyne Equity and Diversity Institute 2019. The Center for Graduate Studies of Asheville was launched in 2012 to expand the University's mission and serve the specific needs of Western North Carolina and beyond....

We Need More Anti-Racist VCs

We Need More Anti-Racist VCs

Congratulations Kasem Rodriguez Mohsen for graduating as part of the inaugural LREDI class! Check out Kasem's article Medium “We are in a confluence of moments. After a series of high-profile, video-documented murders of unarmed Black people by police, the broader...

Want more information about LREDI?

Complete the form below.